I See You is a psychological thriller about Zoe Walker, who, while commuting to work on the train, sees a picture of herself in a classified ad in a newspaper. Knowing she did not place the ad, Zoe becomes paranoid and hyper-vigilant on her way to and from work. After noticing her own picture, Zoe begins looking at the ads more closely, and believes there is a connection between the women featured and the same women being victims of recent crimes. Fearing that she will come to the same fate as the strangers whose faces she now finds so familiar, Zoe begins to view everyone she encounters as a potential attacker.
Readers can feel Zoe’s anxiety as she tries to live her life as normally as possible, while also attempting to protect herself from potential harm. She begins to suspect everyone close to her. The plot twists alternate implicating her loved ones and keep the reader guessing.
This is a fast-paced, entertaining thriller. If you like suspecting almost every character in the book, without many clues to guide you in the right direction, you might enjoy it.